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is this the right answer to this question? Answer: the electron transport chain makes some oxygen for the cells and if it is inactive there won't be as much oxygen given to the cells if the ETC shuts down eventually so will glycolisis and all the other steps so your body won't make ATP.

Question: A mutation occurs in the ATP synthase protein and it is inactive; describe the effects on cellular respiration.

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